Israeli scientists are recognized as a formidable source of scientific innovation. They think like entrepreneurs, and have a major global impact on cancer research.
Israel Cancer Association USA Earns Coveted 4-Star Rating from Charity Navigator for Fourth Consecutive Year
On behalf of Israel Cancer Association USA, we want to personally thank you for your donations for our golf tournament. Your generous contribution helped us have our most successful golf event ever and allowed ICA-USA to fund seventeen Research Grants.
Israel Cancer Association USA has touched the lives of thousands of cancer patients in Israel and worldwide by providing major funding to award-winning Israeli cancer researchers. Cancer research in Israel is at the forefront of science and ICA-USA funded scientists are recognized internationally as a formidable source of scientific innovation. They continue to have a dramatic global impact on cancer discoveries and tomorrow’s life-saving treatments.
Israel Cancer Association’s resources are derived exclusively from private donations. Your important contribution is deeply appreciated and your commitment to ICA USA will help distinguished scientists dedicate their lives to making the world healthier for future generations.
We look forward to your continued involvement as we plan for 2022/2023. Of course, we will be holding another golf tournament in the spring of 2023. But we also have several other exciting events planned and we will announce them as planning progresses.
This product is in your heart and not on the shelves. And this organization’s purpose and conviction are to advance research for cancer.
You have our profound thanks for your support of ICA’s mission.
With sincere gratitude,
Peter and Nancy Brown, Ross Berman
Chairs, Golf Tournament – Israel Cancer Association USA 2022
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BGU scientists discover genetic link between aging brain and cancers
JERUSALEM POST STAFF, JUNE 17, 2021
Researchers from Ben-Gurion University (BGU) have identified a gene responsible for activating glioblastoma, a type of brain cancer, which is also partly responsible for aging in our brain.
The study, led by Dr. Barak Rotblat of BGU’s Department of Life Sciences in the Faculty of Natural Sciences and of the National Institute for Biotechnology in the Negev (NIBN), was published in the peer-reviewed journal Aging late last week. The same genes that make glioblastoma resistant to chemotherapy are activated in an aging brain, according to the research. And these genes were unknown before the study. “Studying cancer teaches us about aging and vice versa,” Rotblat said. Read the full article.
ICA USA Board of Directors
Arthur E. Benjamin
Peter D. Brown
Roger E. Benjamin*
Richard J. Boxer, MD
Celia R. Jacobs
John H. Merey, MD
Wilma S, Mooney
Harvey L. Poppel
Barry I. Slotnick
Eric “Rick” Smith
For 60 years, Israel Cancer Association (ICA) has been making a dramatic difference in the lives of individuals touched by cancer. By providing major funding to brilliant cancer scientists in the State of Israel, ICA has advanced cancer research worldwide. Please join in our mission to support innovative cancer breakthroughs. Together we can fund a cure!